1. Previewing the Free-Agent Names the Reds Should Be Chasing This Offseason

    The Reds won't have the dollars to make any major splashes this offseason, at least not if they plan on making any substantial offers to any one of four different starting pitchers set to hit the free-agent market after the 2015 season...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 1 month ago 5,297 reads 13 comments

  2. Cincinnati Reds: Must Learn to Walk Before They Can Win

    It's a topic no one feels like talking about. It's a stat commonly dismissed, regarded as weak or passive. And in 2014, it is killing the Cincinnati Reds offense...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 1 month ago 199 reads 0 comments

  3. 4 Important Reds Storylines to Monitor This Offseason

    As bad as this Reds season has become, there are pivotal angles going into the 2014 offseason that will have an enormous impact on the 2015 campaign...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 1 month ago 526 reads 1 comments

  4. Cincinnati Reds: Unexplored Internal Options for Left Field in 2015

    It's finally come to this, Cincinnati Reds fans. With virtually no hope remaining in what has been one of the more miserable, disappointing Reds seasons to date, we shift our focus to 2015...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 2 months ago 887 reads 1 comments

  5. Cincinnati Reds: The Immediate Future of the Reds If Buyers at Deadline

    The Cincinnati Reds ' general manager Walt Jocketty awakens this July 28 morning with just four more days to decide if the Reds will deal for much-needed offensive help...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 3 months ago 1,921 reads 6 comments

  6. Under the Knife: MLB Injury Analysis on Tulowitzki, Teixeira, Wacha and More

    Brady Aiken will go down as one of the most intriguing draft stories in the history of the MLB , no matter how it goes...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 3 months ago 15,430 reads 7 comments

  7. Ranking Cincinnati Reds' Best Minor League Bargaining Chips

    The Cincinnati Reds won't have a ton of options to unload by the trade deadline, but it doesn't mean they don't have any. According to BaseballAmerica .com , two Reds prospects were recently named to the Top 50 Midseason Prospects list...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 3 months ago 1,332 reads 4 comments

  8. Under the Knife: MLB Injury Analysis on Encarnacion, Sabathia, Votto and More

    I feel a bit more optimistic about injuries than I have in a while. I showed you the Motus Sleeve last week, but that's hardly the only new thing coming into baseball to try to help in the battle...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 3 months ago 5,258 reads 1 comments

  9. Joey Votto Injury: Updates on Reds Star's Quad and Return

    Updates from Wednesday, Sept. 24 C. Trent Rosecrans of the Cincinnati Enquirer has an update on Votto: Joey Votto was back at Great American Ball Park taking ...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 4 months ago 15,042 reads 15 comments

  10. Cincinnati Reds and the Tangible Joey Votto Effect

    If you're a Cincinnati Reds fan, you're most assuredly concerned about this team's ability, or inability of late, to produce runs. A quick look at the MLB offensive rankings confirms as much...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 5 months ago 368 reads 0 comments

  11. Cincinnati Reds: Week 9 Player Power Rankings

    A rough trip to Los Angeles, a rebound in the desert. The Cincinnati Reds had another "players-only" meeting, and as of today, despite being three games beneath .500, the Reds sit 7...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 5 months ago 393 reads 0 comments

  12. Cincinnati Reds: Do Not Blow Up the 2014 Reds

    At five games beneath the .500 mark, on May 29, with 111 games left on the schedule, there is increasingly popular talk aimed at blowing up the 2014 Reds ...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 5 months ago 1,155 reads 0 comments

  13. Cincinnati Reds: Week 8 Player Power Rankings

    After seven long weeks atop the Reds player power rankings, Johnny Cueto was officially lifted from the throne following a disastrous outing against the Washington Nationals ...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 5 months ago 226 reads 0 comments

  14. Joey Votto Quad Strain Will Challenge Reds, Raises Questions About His Health

    The news came from Ken Rosenthal of Fox Sports . Joey Votto , the Cincinnati Reds star first baseman, stayed in Cincinnati for an MRI and a consultation with team physician Dr...

    Will  Carroll Written by Will Carroll about 5 months ago 4,414 reads 4 comments

  15. Joey Votto Injury: Updates on Reds Star's Knee and Return

    Updates from Tuesday, June 10 MLB Roster Moves provides an update on Joey Votto 's status: MLB Lineups confirms he's returned to the Reds' lineup: Updates from Thursday, June 5 John Fay of Cincinnati...

    Mike  Chiari Written by Mike Chiari about 5 months ago 19,907 reads 23 comments

  16. Cincinnati Reds: Week 6 Reds Player Power Rankings

    A disappointing sweep in Boston, an impressive home series against the best offense in baseball. Just more of the usual in this inconsistent early 2014 ride. Here is a list of the Reds contributing the most: 1...

    Tyler Grote Written by Tyler Grote about 5 months ago 165 reads 0 comments

  17. Joey Votto Laughs After Carlos Gomez Robs Another Home Run

    Milwaukee Brewers center fielder Carlos Gomez is starting to make a habit of robbing Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto of home runs. It happened in June 2013 and happened again Thursday night...

    Ken Chin Written by Ken Chin about 6 months ago 48,525 reads 74 comments

  18. Reds' Joey Votto 1 Hit Away from 1,000 for His Career

    With his first hit of the 2014 season, Cincinnati Reds first baseman Joey Votto will reach the 1,000-hit mark for his career. A bit of a late bloomer, Votto made his major-league debut Sept...

    Bleacher Report Milestones Written by Bleacher Report Milestones about 7 months ago 1,647 reads 6 comments

  19. 2014 National League MVP: Prematurely Listing the Top 10 Candidates

    With the candidates for the American League MVP Award essentially determined already (Mike Trout, Miguel Cabrera), let’s turn our attention to the National League. The award is wide open this year with no clear favorite standing out...

    Jasper Scherer Written by Jasper Scherer about 10 months ago 3,074 reads 6 comments